Mysterious monoliths continue to popup across the country, beginning in Utah and now reaching nearby California.
The Utah monolith first appeared about a week ago, creating a nationwide reaction and a full set of internet memes. People speculated the monolith came from aliens, or that it was an art project. It’s gone viral across the internet. Monolith talk is everywhere.
It’s only increased as more monoliths have popped up around the country and the world.
Here’s a running list of where the mysterious monoliths have popped up.
A team of biologists in a helicopter above the Utah wilderness noticed the mysterious monolith during the final week of November. The 10- to 12-feet steel monolith went missing soon after. Reports surfaced that a group of men knocked it over and got rid of it.
Another monolith appeared in Romania, appearing a little different than the one in Utah. The Romania monolith appeared about two days after the Utah monolith disappeared. However, the two were not linked, as I wrote about for the Deseret News.
The Atascadero News discovered a monolith at the top of Atascadero’s Pine Mountain. Dozens of hikers flooded to the spot to check out the monolith to see what it was.
The San Luis Obispo Tribune reported that there was another monolith discovered in the Los Padres National Forest, about 100 miles southwest of Atascadero, where the first one was found.
This story will be updated if more monoliths appear.